Browse Month: April 2010

Introducing HostBill reseller program

Due to growing interest in this type of cooperation with us, today we’re announcing that our reseller program is available! You can now add cheap HostBill license as an addon to your hosting/vps/servers offering – starting from $ 59,75 USD/month. Please note that we allow reselling only for internal hosting customers – and we track them by IP you’ll be asked to provide – so package containing only HostBill itself is prohibited.

Full details to be found here: http://hostbillapp.com/resellers/

HostBill development Kit pt.1 – Payment Gateways

Hello – we’re recently getting lot of demands on documentation – how to create custom gateways for HostBill. We try to answer every request for gateways/hosting control panels/ domain registrars and add such modules into HostBill, however we also want to give such possibility to other developers.

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HostBill v.1.2.6 Released

OS Picker for VPS clients, automatic account upgrades + auto invoicing of upgrade, import accounts from SolusVM and VPS.net, dozens of new payment gateways integrated… and much more in this version! We’re also introducing Owned license options – get yours today!

$159,95 for Owned Branded License – includes 1 year of free upgrades and free support
$249,95 for Owned Non-Branded License – 1 year of support and 1 year of upgrades included

Full release info can be found here: http://forum.hostbillapp.com/showthread.php?p=582

Video no1 – fetch os templates from vps.net

Thanks to amazing piece of software – Jing – we’re going to post videos on our blog from various HostBill section. First one containing features described in post below – fetching OS templates from server, and daily/weekly billing options- enjoy.

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Eyecandy from next version

Hello all HostBill users! We’re working hard on record-speed release, and I’ve got a little sneak-preview of one of features. It is console for our vps.net module (statistics were already introduced on their forum).  I’ve just finished implementing it, therefore it might need some styling. Dont forget to leave comment below, letting us know what you think and what else needs to be done.

As usual – click on image to zoom.

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